World Ceramics: Additional resources

Want to learn more on the World Wide Web?

Northern Arizona University's Hopi Cultural Preservation Office homepage, Middle School to High School reading level, information on the Hopi culture

Art History, Art Process, and Archeology, all reading levels, about Nampeyo, the founder of Hopi-Tewa pottery, includes biographical, geographical and chronological information. This site is a curriculum material package designed by the Getty

Art Process, High School reading level, Step by Step guide to creating Pueblo Pottery mostly text, presented by the Collector's guide

Art History, High School reading level, On-line exhibition of Pueblo Pottery includes section on Hopi-Tewa, Includes history and geographical data, presented by the Internet Public Library


Want to learn more in Print?

Dillingham, Rick. Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994.

Page, Susanne and Jake Page. Hopi. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1994.

Struever, Martha Hopkins. "Potter Dextra Quotskuyva." Indian Artist (Summer 1996): 56-61.

Trimble, Stephen. Talking with the Clay: The Art of Pueblo Pottery. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research Press, 1987.


Search ArtsConnectEd by keyword.

Search the ArtsConnectEd database, a joint project of The Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Walker Art Center. By choosing one of the words below, you will be searching through the artworks, library records, educational materials, and more.

Southwest, Arizona, Nampeyo, Pueblo, ceramic, pottery, jar, earthenware, coil, women, kiln, tradition, Sikyatki, eagles, clay


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